Fife pair Dianne Watson and Kathleen Cassels came out on top in the second Regional Qualifier for this year’s Revive Active Scottish Women’s Regional Medal finals.
Scottish Golf’s most popular women’s competition is being energised with new title sponsorship for the next three years, thanks to an exciting partnership with the leading health foods brand.
The Irish-based company are backing the nationwide event open to all female club members in Scotland, with Kirkccaldy GC staging the second qualifier in the East today as over 100 women competed.
Watson, from Leven Golfing Society, sealed her spot in the Grand Final at Crieff on Sunday 16 July after a fine one-under-par round of 71 in the Silver class, edging out Carmen Griffiths (Aboyne) by a shot. Sharon Lynch from Haddington was third to also qualify for the final.
In the bronze category, Cassels (pictured top) was triumphant as the Crail Golfing Society player carded a two-over-par 74 to beat Ladybank’s Anne Anderson by virtue of better inward half. The duo will be joined at the Crieff final by Megan Kane from Bonnybridge who finished third.
Revive Active become the first brand to dedicate sponsorship to women’s golf in Scotland since the governing body became amalgamated in October 2015.
Each affiliated club of Scottish Golf is eligible to take part in this event, all female playing members, including juniors, with a handicap, are eligible to compete and win.
The remaining two Regional Finals are at Largs (26 May) and Torwoodlee (16 June).
As part of the sponsorship agreement, Revive Active are the Official Super Food and Nutrition Partner for Scottish Golf, supporting the governing body’s campaign to encourage playing golf as part of a healthy lifestyle which can increase life expectancy by up to five years.